About the Trip
Chinese President Xi Jinping will visit the Czech Republic and attend a nuclear security summit in the United States.
Xi will pay a state visit to the Czech Republic from March 28 to 30 at the invitation of Czech President Milos Zeman.
After the stop in Czech, Xi will head to Washington to attend the 4th Nuclear Security Summit scheduled for March 31st and April 1.
In Czech Republic
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